"It is a Romanesque church, mentioned in 1123, consisting of a choir bay and a pentagonal apse. The wars of religion greatly weakened the building, which underwent numerous repairs over the centuries.
The most remarkable part is the Romanesque door with three arches: the semi-circular lintel rests on a monolithic lintel and the transoms bear traces of red polychromy. The Gothic porch body was added in front of the Romanesque façade and has a pointed arch with a quarter round moulding at its base.
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